There is little point in writing a blog if no one comes to read it. Blogs are automatically search engine friendly because of their fresh content and clean formatting, but there are a few easy techniques you can use to improve your rankings.
A few words about keywords:
1. Choose your Keywords wisely.
You can choose to write on a topic, or for a key word or phrase, that is immensely popular and has a ton of competition, and never stand a chance of getting in the top page or two of rankings. Or you can choose similar but more targeted keyword or phrase with less competition be in the top 10 listings.
2. Key Word or Phrase? That is the next question.
Most people do not use a single word for a search engine query. The often search a phrase or even type an entire question. This is not … Read More
What is the best power bank?
This is the most basic question that one would ask when purchasing something. This is very normal considering that it is money that people invest in when buying not just power banks but everything.
On the quest to find the most outstanding mobile charger there is, the answer does not really have to be very technical. It is all about being practical. It is true that there are archetype power banks that boast of high-end specifications. However, at the end of the day, it will always redound to how useful those specs are going to be to the user.
Say for example, getting a water-proof and shock-proof mobile power chargers that is ideal for outdoor use might be too much for a young professional who always stays in the city in the same way that a chic, light-weight, and very portable charger with limited … Read More
Congratulations! You've made the decision to launch an Internet business: now you need a website design, so where to begin? First time Internet business operators focus should be on a super basic design that will function properly and build on the design as their business grows instead of starting with a complicated design that costs a fortune. If you were introducing a new product line in your store would you start with a 1,000 products or 100 to see if customers will buy them?
It's the same with website design. The most important component in website design for selling is that you must provide a way for people to use their checks and credit cards securely. The amount of products you are selling will determine what type of payment processor system your website needs. If you are selling 1-100 products you do not need a merchant credit card system; it's … Read More
Use free web templates or build your own website from scratch – there are many professional web designers and companies that offer free web site templates. Use them and build a web site online for free – you need to download the free template (Web2earn also offers some excellent downloadable free website templates) and then customize it to suit your needs.
If you want to build a free business web site, try a more serious and corporate color scheme and layout, or go with a lively and dynamic web template if you are building a site to sell teenage apparel. You can also build a site from scratch. In this case, you need to have some serious web design and development knowledge, especially if you want to use your website as a way to make money online.
Don’t venture out to build a Yahoo web site, or any other large … Read More
The present mobile phone user is quite aware about the latest trends and there has been some tremendous developments in the mobile industry. These modern gadgets are not only equipped with cutting-edge technologies, but also come with refined designing. By adding more into your overall style, they give you that right kind of feel to flaunt your attitude. As being a world leader in mobile communications, Nokia is solely responsible to usher a new era of digital trends by offering some of the very best mobile handsets to users all across the globe. Whether its music, multimedia, business tools or style, you would certainly get the best of all these aspects with Nokia handsets. Nokia's latest gadget in the fashion league is the Nokia 8800, which is a well designed handset and duly complemented by latest technologies and functionalities.
This highly enticing gadget belongs to Nokia's worldwide acclaimed Sirocco series. … Read More
I’ve always loved video games, ever since I first played them on a friend’s computer in the afternoon after elementary school. There’s something almost magical about the fact that we can move images around and interact with virtual worlds, a living fantasy presented for us to interact with however we please. I’ve also always wanted to make games myself but, until recently, didn’t have the technical knowledge to do so. Now, I’m a second year software engineering student, so if I weren’t able to code a game without too many dramas there’d be something drastically wrong. But what about the common person: the person for whom the term ‘memory leak’ conjures up images of their grandfather, ‘pipeline’ is where the water flows, and ‘blitting’ is unheard of? Well, everyone can get in on the game creation process, and you don’t even need to learn ‘real’ programming to do so.
So … Read More
Advances in technology occur continuously, this is particularly true of the vastly competitive and high value world of mobile telecommunications. New mobile phone handsets hit the shelves on a daily daily basis and each is a slight (or sometimes major) improvement on its predecessor. In the past phone giants such as Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Blackberry and Apple have gone head to head to develop the most intuitive operating systems, create the most user friendly QWERTY keyboard and integrate touch screen technology to the greatest effect. More recently the focus has been on offering higher resolution cameras, speeding up internet connectivity and offering the most desirable range of apps, these are however by no means the sole aims of manufacturers: all of these small battles are ongoing and developments occur and are integrated into new handsets constantly.
Just because the latest handsets in the UK do not offer certain features however … Read More
All too often, website owners are lax in nailing down ownership and control of valuable domain names, and as a result, are often required to litigate these issues costing them thousands. The case of Dawson v. Brandsberg illustrates these costly mistakes and how to avoid them.
Dawson v. Brandsberg – The Facts
The dispute was between a website operator and developer regarding rights to a domain name that consist of the operator's name: "robertedawson.com". Plaintiff Dawson and his real estate firm (the website operator) hired Defenders Brandsberg (the website developer) to develop a website. A key fact is that there was no written agreement concerning possession or use of the domain name.
Other important facts include:
* Plaintiffs requested Defendant to register the domain name at issue;
* Defendant developed the website associated with the domain name; and
* Plaintiffs paid for the initial registration of the domain name, plus … Read More
1. You turn the PC on, it loads through and then reports it cannot find the C Drive
This sounds like a fault hard disk, swap it with another from a working PC, if the problem resolves this way then your drive is bad.
The hard drive is found inside the case, it will have a ribbon attached to the mainboard and one of the power leads from the PSU. It is fixed with screws into the case, undo these, whip out the cables and get yourself a new disk.
Sometimes a reboot will give your disk a little more life, if a reboot does help, then make sure you backup your data straight away and get a new disk in there! This is a best case scenario, normally if the C Drive dies you lose all your data, if you can save it this way then you were lucky!… Read More
With modern technology invading the classroom it's a wonder kids still know what a pencil looks like, let alone how to use one. You may ask, "Why is learning to write important?" when all around you people are hitting keyboards and there is not a pencil in sight. The computer and the internet have changed nearly everything about life as we knew it. The generation gap just got wider.
Most schools introduce students to the keyboard in the early grades and they soon give up on cursive writing. But researches say students who write in cursive write faster and express their thoughts more openly. Whereas students using block letters seemed to have limited imagination and their writing speed is definitely slower. But if everyone in the class used printing then speed is not an issue. Another point about writing versa printing is students who write have easier to read assignments … Read More